Gold Coast Art Prize
Since 1968 the Gold Coast Art Prize has been a rich source for acquisitions for the city collection. Some inspirational purchases have been made over the years that together have made this collection one of the strongest and most diverse in regional Australia.
The Gold Coast Art Prize will not be held in 2016 however we will continue to support artists through other exciting initiatives.
Gold Coast City Gallery has a number of exciting programs lined up for 2017 and will release details shortly. Watch this space!
Images: Hiromi Tango, Sea tears 2014, wall sculpture using Neon, perspex, wool, donated fabric, paper, wire 180 x 150 x 15cm Courtesy of the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney. Britt Salt, Stasis 2014, powder coated aluminium and enamel, 75 x 60 x 45cm. Courtesy of the artist and This Is No Fantasy + Dianne Tanzer Gallery, Melbourne